AVP is the first driverless parking service (SAE level 4) that enables optimal space utilization and new service offerings.
With innovative technologies and smart driver assistance systems, Bosch is gradually bringing automated driving to the roads.
Ford Escape research vehicles begin demonstrating first U.S. infrastructure-based solution for highly automated valet parking
Several technologies are combined for ultra-precise and reliable localization.
Bosch enables the reliable implementation of driving maneuvers using smart vehicles with failsafe systems.
Apcoa, Bosch, and Mercedes-Benz are working to provide the world’s first commercial automated valet parking (AVP) service.
Connected solutions for the parking search and automated park assists that simplify parking space entry and exit.
Automated vehicles need to perceive and interpret their surroundings, use this information to derive a suitable driving strategy and then implement it reliably.
Vehicle sensors supply the data required for perception of the surroundings, vehicle localization and driver monitoring in automated cars.
Vehicle computers and control units with artificial intelligence learn, make predictions and calculate driving strategies.